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Give new energy or strength to:‘we are fully committed to reinvigorating the economy of the area’
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- ‘He saw his 1995 tax-reform package as a drastic emergency measure to reinvigorate an ailing economy, much the way a man with heart disease might regard a bypass operation.’
- ‘Tureck plays with verve, bringing up the curtain on the second half of the set and reinvigorating our energy for the rest of the play.’
- ‘Repackaging economics courses can also reinvigorate them and stimulate student interest.’
- ‘Well, the time has come for these shoppers to leave the malls and take to the streets - to go from invigorating our economy to reinvigorating our democracy.’
- ‘Increasingly irrelevant to Japan's need to reinvigorate its economy, the post-war political structures simply disintegrated.’
- ‘Newspaper advertisements calling for ideas on how best to strengthen and reinvigorate the Seanad have already been published.’
- ‘Monday's bipartisan pact calls for, among other things, placing the public's livelihood at the top of the political agenda by reinvigorating the economy and creating jobs.’
- ‘Likewise, if the upstate economy is to be reinvigorated, architecture and regional planning will certainly play major roles.’
- ‘His presence reinvigorated the team, strengthened our message, and contributed substantially to controlling the outbreak.’
- ‘The two feel this new strength and reinvigorate the battle.’
- ‘Isn't it uplifting to see society being reinvigorated by so much new blood?’
- ‘Several more countries now had research councils, and others had strengthened or reinvigorated theirs, but global coordination was still lacking.’
- ‘He must take up the mission of ensuring the nation's security in a rapidly changing international scene, while reinvigorating the economy and stabilizing society.’
- ‘The manifesto, signed by a group of Danish film types in an effort to revitalize and reinvigorate the state of contemporary cinema, included a list of dos and don'ts.’
- ‘He founded the Centre in 1997 with the determination to improve the quality of life of all citizens of India by reviving and reinvigorating the institutions of civil society.’
- ‘After an apology, how does one reinvigorate oneself and acquire the strength to amuse?’
- ‘Many analysts say the reform package is essential to reinvigorating Germany's flagging economy, beset by slow growth and high unemployment.’
- ‘The research shows that increased investment from the Government in the last three years has revitalised and reinvigorated the theatre industry, giving organisations a new impetus to develop and succeed.’
- ‘The County claimed that the project would help the public by reinvigorating the economy, increasing tax receipts, and generating jobs.’
- ‘The leader's primary task is therefore to maintain these three crucial elements of statecraft, and periodically to renew, refresh and reinvigorate them.’
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